Locations in Atlas Fallen cover each of the regions that make up the semi-open world. Unlike the linear route seen in previous Deck 13 games, this title is expected to have a wider exploration aspect to it and give players free rein to discover the secrets of each area. The main biome of Atlas Fallen appears to be a mass land of sand, but we can expect to see a shift in biome as other regions are discovered. This guide offers to point out the points of interest and important Items and interactions that can be encountered through each location.
Atlas Fallen Gameplay Impressions
Atlas Fallen Everything we Know
How many Regions are there in Atlas Fallen?
Players can expect 5-6 main regions set around the game to be explored freely with what seems to be a semi-open world environment. Though the main biome appears to be sand filled, we are also anticipating a one or two alternative biome areas to explore aside from the main area of ruin and sand featured in the initial cinematic trailer.
Traveling in Atlas Fallen
Faster traveling is an aspect of the game in a released feature known as Sand Gliding. This allows you to cover more ground and get through the large plains and dunes of sand at a much faster pace, keeping the pacing consistent throughout the game from traveling to area to area and continuous action-packed combat. Glide the sands of a timeless land, filled with ancient dangers, mysteries and fragments of the past.